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Alinazik kebab

Alinazik kebab
Alinazik over garlic-eggplant puree with vermicelli rice pilaf, grilled tomato and green bell pepper
Alternative names Alinazik
Place of origin Turkey
Region or state Gaziantep
Main ingredients Eggplant, lamb
Cookbook:Alinazik kebab 

Alinazik kebab, or simply alinazik,[1] is a home-style Turkish dish which is a specialty of the Gaziantep province of Turkey.[2] It is made from char-grill smoked and spiced eggplant puree topped with tender, seasoned and marinated cubes of pan sauteed lamb. This popular dish is traditionally served with rice pilaf, grilled vegetables and melted butter.

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References

  1. ^ "alinazik" (in Turkish).  
  2. ^ Atabay, Banu (2007). Mütevazı Lezzetler Türk ve Dünya Mutfağından Yemek Kitabı (in Turkish). Park Foto. p. 103.  


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